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NAB Show 2016: Ang Lee on Pushing the Limits of Cinema

Ang Lee's last film was created in High Dynamic Range, 4K, at 120 frames per second and in 3-D. In English that means that, compared to your big-screen HD TV, the film has more colors, four times the definition, four times the frame rate, and depth. This is the most technologically advanced feature film ever made.

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NAB Show 2016: Batman Versus HDR – You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet

Eighty-nine years ago, Al Jolson said to the audience watching his film 'The Jazz Singer,' the first film with synchronized dialog, “You ain't heard nothin’ yet.” After viewing the demo of High Dynamic Range (HDR) video and Dolby ATMOS sound at the Future of Cinema Conference in Las Vegas, I can confidently say, “You ain't seen nothin’ yet.”

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NAB 2015: A Producer’s Guide to Story, Budget, Strategy and Brand with Amy DeLouise

At this year’s National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, the annual Las Vegas conclave of television, radio, internet and supporting industries, video expert Amy DeLouise set an aggressive goal for her presentation titled: "A Producer's Guide to Everything That Matters."

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NAB 2015: Blogger Melanie Nelson Gets Down to Self-Editing Basics

At the NAB Show 2015, in the Las Vegas Convention Center, surrounded by every video camera made, virtual sets, lighting equipment, online streaming hardware and software platforms, they didn't forget that it all begins with writing.

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